Wupatki National Monument
The Wupatki National Monument has remains of settlements of the Sinagua and Anasazi Indians.There are at least 2,000 protected archaeological sites in the monument. The Monument occupies 56 square miles of dry, rugged land on the southwestern Colorado Plateau.
Wupatki National Monument Map
Official site: www.nps.gov/wupa/
Address: 25137 North Wupatki Loop, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, United States
Opening hours: Sunrise-Sunset
Always closed on: Christmas - Christian (Dec 25)
Entrance fee in USD: $5.00, Child 16 & under FREE
Useful tips: Entrance fees are valid for 7 days. A permit is required to hike beyond the open sites. Visitor Center is open 9-5.
Disability Access: Full facilities for persons with disabilities.
Wupatki National Monument Highlights
Crack-in-Rock Ruin is part of the Wupatki National Monument. Rangers lead overnight backpack trips during the summer.
Wupatki Visitor Center
Citadel Ruin in the Wupatki National Monument is a pueblo of 50 rooms.